For a month or so in the summer, depending upon the orientation of the land, the sun appears to set out to sea on the eastern coast-line of England, in contrast to everybody's understanding that the sun always sets in the west.
Saltwick Bay, just south of Whitby, is one such place. For every other month, the western sunset occurs over the land, yet the sun itself is lost from sight long before it sets, due to the high cliffs.
On this evening, with the tide out, I was joined by a handful of other photographers with the same intention, to catch the sun 'setting in the east'.
With customary consideration and co-operation, we were all able to get the shot we wanted without interfering with anybody else's line of sight.
Location: Saltwick Bay, North Yorkshire, UK.